Integrating ISO 8573-1 Compressed Air Quality Classes into SQF Certification

Food Safety Webinar

Compressed Air Best Practices

 

 

Integrating ISO 8573-1 Compressed Air Quality Classes into SQF Certification

Join compressed air expert Phillip Kruger, General Manager for Chicago-based Harris Equipment, on October 6th at 2:00 pm EST, as he discusses how he helps food processors and packagers integrate ISO 8573-1 compressed air quality classes into their formal SQF Food Safety Management System.

SQF (Safe Quality Foods) standards can be ambiguous, which is why Mr. Kruger leverages ISO 8573-1 to educate clients on compressed air quality classes.

His presentation will instruct food processors and packagers on how to:

  • Understand Quality Classes per ISO 8573-1
  • Establish compressed air quality goals
  • Monitor and test your compressed air system for particulate, moisture, oil, and microbiological cultures Determine the equipment and testing required to reach your desired standard

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The webinar is brought to you by Atlas Copco and TRI Air Testing. Speakers Deepak Vetal and Dr. Ed Golla will address the following:

  • FAQs about compressed air quality standards
  • ISO 22000 Standard for Food Safety Management, and how it applies to industry

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